Patent Examiner resume example with 20+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary
To obtain a Translator/Linguist position where I can utilize my expert level of Chinese language (Mandarin) and my backgrounds in mechanical, aerospace and computer science engineering, technical writing and analysis skills, oral communication capability.
Core Qualifications
  • Guest services
  • Inventory control procedures
  • Merchandising expertise
  • Loss prevention
  • Cash register operations
  • Product promotions
  • Four years of experience in software security design, programming, implementation and support.
  • More than fifteen years of strong Windows OS background.
  • Over ten years of Linux/UNIX system administration (Linux, Sun, HP and SGI work stations and cluster) and solid FORTRAN/C/C++ programming experience including development and debugging of scientific applications.
  • Working knowledge of parallel computation methods and software such as MPI, PVM, OpenMP, LINPACK, BLAS, MATLAB, TECPLOT and MATHEMATICA.
  • Two years of experience in operation system virtualization (Windows Virtual PC and VMware).
  • Experience of designing and implementing a parallel computation environment, including hardware settings and configurations and dual boot installations of Windows and Ubuntu operating systems.
  • Experience of designing and converting a server room for accommodating linux cluster.
  • More than ten years of Object-Oriented Programming skill (Java, C++, Visual C++, VB .NET and PERL).
  • Six years of experience in mixed language programming (Fortran/C/Java).
Patent Examiner, 08/2014 to 08/2015
Gcp Applied TechnologiesBedford Park, IL,
  • Assist other patent examiners by translating patent documents written in simplified and traditional Chinese.
  • Study and apply US patent laws and examine patent applications in the field of mechanical engineering with emphasis in pumps and related area.
Engineering Specialist, 04/2002 to 08/2014
Penn State UniversityUniversity Park, PA,
  • Work related to software security, commercial software development and support: Design and implement data encryption for software security.
  • Design and develop secured network licensing scheme and ZONA License Server (ZLS) using Java for ZONA?s software products and provide customer service.
  • Draft ZLS manual and approve Chinese translation of ZLS manual.
  • Provide technical support to install and configure ZLS at customers.
  • environments.
  • Approve Chinese translations of technical reports.
  • Provide technical support to users (including agent and support team speaking Mandarin Chinese) of ZONA?s commercial software products, which have been licensed by various types of customers including major aircraft manufacturers, mid/small size companies, government agencies and universities worldwide.
  • Develop and maintain ZONA?s software on multiple platforms (32 and 64 bit Windows, Linux, HP UX and IA64, Sun and SGI etc.
  • and big/little endian systems).
  • Use Parallel Virtual Machine (PVM), Message Passing Interface (MPI) and OpenMP to parallelize ZONA?s software products for faster computation speed.
  • Participate in drafting proposals of Small Business Innovation and Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer and Research (STTR) projects in the area of aerodynamics and heat transfer.
  • Draft and finalize Cooperative REsearch and Development Agreement (CREDA) between Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD) and ZONA for an SBIR project.
  • Investigate the heat transfer effects of Thermal Protection System (TPS) used by space vehicles and develop an optimization scheme to minimize the weight of TPS under material constraints and given flying trajectory in an SBIR project.
  • Acquire and covert MINIVER code, developed by NASA Langley Research Center, from analysis program to optimization program using complex variable differentiation (CVD) method.
  • Develop a conceptual design tool with multiple disciplines, including Aero-Servo-Thermo-Propulso-Elasticity, for scramjet vehicles in an STTR project.
  • Handle Thermo (TPS) portion of optimization.
  • Analyze Compact Kinetic Energy Missile (CKEM) with various heat transfer mechanisms and study potential heat shield materials, including charring ablators, to guarantee proper design and function of CKEM in an SBIR project.
  • Review the calorimeter design to calibrate actual thermal tests.
  • Participate in report writings and conference calls with sub-contractors.
Research and Development Engineer, 04/1999 to 03/2002
Penn State UniversityUniversity Park, PA,
  • Combine engineering and financial analyses and develop a tool to assist the build-up of industrial heating chambers, which utilize infrared emitters.
  • Visual Basic (Access/Excel Active X controls, GUI and engineering analysis/computation) is used to control Microsoft Access and Excel in the application.
  • As an contractor, use HTML and CGI (PERL) to build websites and integrate CCVS (Credit Card Verification System by Redhat), MicroCash (financial software) and MySQL for an E-commerce system.
Research and Development Engineer, 10/1998 to 03/1999
R. E. Peck AssociatesCity, STATE,
  • Analyze heat transfer mechanisms in direct-fired batch furnaces and develop commercial package DBAT as a furnace design tool.
  • Incorporate graphical utility software into the application to display results.
Research and Teaching Associate, 01/1992 to 07/1998
Arizona State UniversityCity, STATE,
  • Develop a Fortran program to study the interfacial instability (induced by viscosity and thermal conductivity stratification etc.) of two-fluid flow driven by an applied pressure gradient.
  • Identify and investigate unfound new instabilities from viscous dissipation effect and temperature dependence of thermal conductivity, which are important in non-isothermal multiple fluid flows.
Ph. D and M.S: Mechanical engineering, Expected in
Mechanical engineering Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Parallel Computation, Optimization, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Thermodynamics, Hydrodynamic Instability, Non-Newtonian Fluid Flow, Chaos and Semiconductor Packing
B. S: Mechanical Engineering, Expected in
Mechanical Engineering
Visual Basic II, Advanced C++, ASP .NET and SQL Server Database: Computer Engineering, Expected in
Computer Engineering
Professional Affiliations
Member of Tau Beta Pi. (May 1998, Honored Engineer Society Tau Beta Pi) Chairman of Chinese Chess Club (Aug 1982 - Jul 1983, National Tsing Hua Univ., Tawan)
ASP .NET, Active X, C++, CGI, Chinese, com, conceptual design, Credit, encryption, customer service, Database, drafting, E-commerce, engineering analysis, financial, financial analyses, Fortran, government, GUI, HP UX, HTML, Innovation, Java, Linux, Mandarin Chinese, materials, mechanical engineering, Access, Microsoft Access, Excel, Windows, Weapons, MySQL, Naval, network, Optimization, PERL, proposals, speaking, Redhat, REsearch, scheme, SGI, SQL Server, Sun, technical support, software development and support, TPS, translating, translation, translations, Visual Basic, Visual Basic II, websites, written
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  • CITIZENSHIP: Citizen of the United States of America

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